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ALWAYS FIND TIME TO BE HAPPY

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november 15, 2017

I’ve always loved long walks in the nature, enjoying the peace and the fresh air on my cheek. I grew up in a small village with nature surrounding me. I had a love/hate relationship of growing up here, not being able to go to the big cities and hang out and just experience the big city life. I was sure that I would live in a big city for the rest of my life.

I’ve been living in my dear Odense for 5-6 years now. And I’ve loved every bit of it. But I feel like I have a bit of a chaotic life. (Probably a bit exaggerated) but my time is pretty scheduled. So the best thing I know is to take a break and just go for a long walk out in the nature and enjoy the sound and the beauty of it. And this makes me regret my hate to my childhood home and village when I was a child. I took these things for granted. I can’t just go out in the forest and be away from everything, as I could when I was a child. But I feel pure happiness when I go to visit my family and spend quality time together and do things together. These are things every person needs sometimes. It’s like therapy for your mind.

“It is in the still silence of nature where one will find true bliss”

“My soul is tuned to the quietness, peace and stillness that nature inspires”

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    Rene Petersen

    december 4, 2017

    It’s only when one runs from the quiet, silent peacefulness, that we discover just what a paradise it was to grow up in or around nature.

    Love the pictures by the way, they just scream the howling wind and at the same time, the peaceful falling of leaves that is Autum <3

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      Kathrine

      december 10, 2017

      Exactly! -And thank you so much for the kind words!

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KATHRINE OTTANDER
ODENSE, DENMARK

Welcome to my blog. My name is Kathrine and I am an educated photographer based in Odense, Denmark. Loving my city unconditionally. Though I love to travel, and I travel as often as I can. One magical city at a time, or wherever opportunity takes me.